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THE VINE HUMBOLDT

WINE & BEER GARDEN. MILWAUKEE, WI

OPEN MAY 23- SEPT. 2

 

Opening for the season May 23, 2019!

The Vine Humboldt is a new wine and beer garden in Humboldt Park, in the heart of Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood. Enjoy wine, craft beer and Peruvian empanadas inside our historic farmhouse location, or outside in our open-air bar. Just like the park’s namesake, Alexander Von Humboldt, we celebrate a love of nature and adventure! We’ll see you in the park.

Bring your own glassware to get refill rates. Beverages purchased at The Vine can be carried throughout all of Humboldt Park.

Profits to Parks - drinking at The Vine Humboldt supports future park projects.

Wine & Craft Beer on Tap
The Vine features two red and three white wines on tap as well as moscato and champagne splits. Craft beers include brews from Lakefront Brewery, Sprecher Brewery, Terrapin Brewery and rotating guest breweries. Hard sodas, cider, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages are also available.

Triciclo Peru
Authentic Peruvian empanadas made from scratch are served up in the kitchen, bring-your-own food also welcome.

Credit Cards Accepted! Gift cards Available.

 
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Phone

(414) 257-7275

 

Location

Humboldt Park, 3000 S Howell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207

 

Hours

Tu-F 5p–10p
Sa-Su & Holidays
11a–10p
Last call 9pm

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Find us in Bayview!

Humboldt Park, 3000 S Howell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207

Grab a drink and head to the bandshell on Tuesday nights for Chill on the Hill - free concerts in the park from June 4 - Aug 27

Grab a drink and head to the bandshell on Tuesday nights for Chill on the Hill - free concerts in the park from June 4 - Aug 27

 
 

Get to Know Alex Von HUMBOLDT

 
 
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Humboldt Park was named for Alexander Von Humboldt, a German adventurer, explorer, naturalist and beer drinker, born in 1769.

Among his long list of accomplishments Humboldt was known as a geographer, naturalist, botanist, explorer, and illustrator.

Between 1799 and 1804, Humboldt traveled extensively in North and South America, exploring and describing them for the first time from a modern scientific point of view. He published his findings in 30 volumes of work.  He was also the first person to describe the phenomenon and cause of human-induced climate change, in 1800.

Milwaukee’s South Park (as it was originally known) was renamed to Humboldt Park in 1900.